Sickle Cell Disease
Sickle Cell Disease
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Lou PorteroSickle Cell Disease | March 18, 2024
Children and young adults with kidney failure due to sickle cell disease wait nearly two times longer for a kidney transplant
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Tamara ThomasSickle Cell Disease | January 9, 2024
Despite advancements in sickle cell treatment, the technology remains uncertain due to its high cost.
Lou PorteroSickle Cell Disease | October 25, 2023
Sickle cell Anemia patients with poorer dental health have more abundant pathogenic bacteria.
Tamara ThomasSickle Cell Disease | August 1, 2023
Researchers found that unemployment was linked to higher frequency and severity of SCD pain episodes.
Tamara ThomasSickle Cell Disease | July 10, 2023
The apprehension of Black patients could link to the effects of systemic racism and resulting inequities in health outcomes.
Tamara ThomasSickle Cell Disease | July 5, 2023
Guidelines issued in 2014 laid out clear measures to prevent or reduce complications of SCD in children and adolescents.
Tamara ThomasSickle Cell Disease | July 5, 2023
Adverse maternal outcomes that were examined include heart failure, blood transfusions, and hysterectomy after delivery.
Tamara ThomasSickle Cell Disease | July 3, 2023
A study evaluated life expectancy for those living with SCD and who were insured by Medicaid, Medicare, or both.
Tamara ThomasSickle Cell Disease | June 9, 2023
Few young people with SCD have discussions with their doctors about the effect of treatment on reproductive health.
Lou PorteroSickle Cell Disease | January 30, 2024
A study revealed that patients with sickle cell disease were more likely to die from ESKD despite declining ESKD deaths.
Lou PorteroSickle Cell Disease | January 20, 2023
Insight into how sickle cell symptoms fluctuate with changing weather could help patients manage their condition better.
Lou PorteroSickle Cell Disease | January 3, 2023
Exposure to corticosteroids is significantly associated with increased hospitalization for  Vaso-occlusive episodes ...
Lou PorteroSickle Cell Disease | January 3, 2023
CRISPR gene editing technology that won scientists Jennifer Doudna and Emmanuelle Charpentier the 2020 Nobel Prize in ...
Lou PorteroSickle Cell Disease | January 3, 2023
Medical practitioners describe sickle cell as an inherited hemoglobin disorder that causes red blood cells to become ...
Lou PorteroSickle Cell Disease | December 14, 2022
Dr. MarkAlain Déry, MPH, discusses Lentiglobin, a gene therapy to treat Sickle Cell Disease. ...
Lou PorteroSickle Cell Disease | January 20, 2023
Research revealed the efficiency of the CRISPR-associated protein 9 gene editing procedure for the treatment of sickle cell.
Lou PorteroSickle Cell Disease | January 20, 2023
An 18-year-old Virginia Union University football player, Quandarius Wilburn, died during a preseason football practice ...
Lou PorteroSickle Cell Disease | June 9, 2023
Pregnant women with sickle cell trait (SCT) have an increased risk of stillbirth, according to a study published online ...
Lou PorteroSickle Cell Disease | January 3, 2023
Sickle cell patients experience higher rates of hospitalization for influenza and pneumonia during flu season, according ...
Lou PorteroSickle Cell Disease | January 3, 2023
New evidence-based guidelines to help patients and providers understand how timing and type of hematopoietic stem cell ...
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